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Tyrannosaurus rex STAN Skeleton - Fossil Replica (BHI #126378)
STAN is the largest, most complete, Tyrannosaurus rex, of the male (or gracile) morphotype, ever found. Discovered in what had once been the sandy bank of an ancient stream, the bones of the skeleton and skull were separated and spread over a wide area. Spring floods eventually covered the bones with mud where they remained buried for years. This disarticulation resulted in near perfect preservation of the skull.

Stan Sacrison discovered this magnificent specimen in the spring of 1987. In the spring of 1992 the Black Hills Institute staff undertook the excavation. It took more than 30,000 hours to prepare STAN for display.

STAN T. rex is truly the best T. rex replica available anywhere! Nearly 40 feet (12.2 m) long and 12 feet (3.7 m) high at the hips. The strong, steel support structure is hidden within the bones, allowing the eye to follow the 'in-motion' appearance of this impressive, crowd-pleasing fossil skeleton replica.

Each STAN T. rex skeleton is constructed according to your needs, allowing you to fashion a more dynamic exhibit. Whether you want your STAN walking, stalking, attacking, running, jumping or looking your visitors right in the eye, we welcome your input, so long as the pose requested is natural and anatomically possible. Constructed modularly with no section more than 6 feet long, this incredible specimen can be assembled by an experienced crew of six in just under an hour!

Age Late Cretaceous

Locality Hell Creek Formation, Harding County, South Dakota, USA

The original STAN T. rex skeleton is on exhibit in The Museum at Black Hills Institute, in Hill City, South Dakota.

May take up to six months for delivery. Check with us to see if an earlier delivery is possible.

Size ~ 40 feet l inch long (12.2 m). Height varies based on pose selected.

Extras Crate and packing fees apply. Please contact us for details.

This item is leasable at 10% of listed price per month. See our DinosaurRentals.com for more details.

Price: $100,000.00

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Tyrannosaurus rex T-rex Stan the T.rex cast replica
Here is one of the most famous T.rex skulls of all time. This specimen nicknamed "Stan", in honor of amateur paleontologist Stan Sacrison, was found in the Hell Creek Formation near Buffalo, South Dakota, in the spring of 1987. After 30,000 hours of digging and preparing, a 65% complete skeleton emerged. This tyrannosaur was found to have many bone pathologies, including broken and healed ribs, a broken (and healed) neck and a spectacular hole in the back of its head, about the size of a front lower Tyrannosaurus tooth.

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Stan the T-rex skull cast measures: 58" l x 32" w (147 x 81cm)

Stan the T-rex skull Resin cast purchase price: $9,500.00
Stan the T-rex skull rental price: $950 per month plus shipping

Complete skeleton also available: Skeleton purchase price $100,000
Skeleton rental price: $10,000

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Stan Tyrannosaurus rex T-rex Stan the T-rex reproduction
Here is one of the most famous T.rex skulls of all time. This specimen nicknamed "Stan", in honor of amateur paleontologist Stan Sacrison, was found in the Hell Creek Formation near Buffalo, South Dakota, in the spring of 1987. After 30,000 hours of digging and preparing, a 65% complete skeleton emerged. This tyrannosaur was found to have many bone pathologies, including broken and healed ribs, a broken (and healed) neck and a spectacular hole in the back of its head, about the size of a front lower Tyrannosaurus tooth.

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Skull measures ~ 58" l x 48" h (147 x 122 cm)

Half skull $5,750

Complete skeleton also available.

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Full size T.rex skeleton (Tyrannosaurus rex cast replica) available. Please contact us for pictures and price.

At Taylor Made Fossils we don't believe having a T.rex skeleton in your museum should break the bank. While there are many beautiful skeletons on the market, we want to find the right T.rex for you and your budget. From adults to juveniles big and small - tell us your needs. We will help you find the right T.rex for you. You can even save money by assembling some of the skeletons yourself. We only sell first generation licensed casts (not illegal, unethical or unauthorized copies). A portion of cast sales goes to those individuals and institutions that uncover, house and study the original fossils. By purchasing only authorized casts you help fund more excavations that find more new and amazing dinosaurs.

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T.rex skeleton Ivan skeleton cast replica: 40ft long

Ivan the Terrible T.rex

Now available for sale Ivan the T-rex skeleton cast replica.

This skeleton measures 40 ft long by 12 ft high at the hip.

Complete T-rex skeleton cast fully assembled $85,000

Complete T.rex skeleton cast: Unassembled skeleton also available - please inquire.

Production time for this skeleton varies. Please contact us.

Custom mounted to your specifications.

This skeleton was molded from the original skeleton now on display at The Museum of World Treasures in Wichita, Kansas, United States.

Ivan the T. rex was discovered by Alan Komrosky in 2007. An amazing 65% of this giant Tyrannosaurus Rex was recovered. When it was found, Ivan had the most complete tail of any T. rex, with only three vertebrae missing.

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Tyrannosaurus rex Bucky Mounted Skull - Fossil Replica

"BUCKY" is a sub-adult T. rex of the robust (female) morphotype. The original bone quality and preservation is excellent, allowing the creation of very high quality casts. BUCKY's youth makes the skeleton cast an ideal candidate for smaller venues or as a part of a family group.

The skeleton was discovered in 1998 by its namesake, Bucky Derflinger, a rodeo cowboy and rancher, who was himself a sub-adult at the time of discovery. The Black Hills Institute did the excavation in 2001 and 2002. Enormous resources were required, as the skeleton was scattered over an approximately 2000 square meter area, buried under as much as 10 meters of overburden! BUCKY was prepared, molded, and mounted by BHI for The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, where it went on exhibit June, 2004 (specimen # TCM 2001.90.1).

BUCKY has a nearly complete vertebral column to the end of the pelvis, the third most complete tail of any T. rex known and an excellent rib cage complete with gastralia basket (belly ribs). The addition of the gastralia basket enhances the visual perception of the dinosaur, as it better outlines the shape of the body. The skull is a scientific reconstruction which utilized modified casts of DUFFY (another sub-adult T. rex) and other T. rex specimens.

Because of its size, BUCKY produces a visually dynamic running pose, which is more difficult to achieve in larger specimens. Many other poses are available.

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Tyrannosaurus rex Bucky the T-rex Furcula (wishbone) fossil cast replica (BHI #127295)

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Tyrannosaurus rex BUCKY Furcula - Research Replica

BUCKY's furcula was the very first 'wish bone' to be discovered for Tyrannosaurus rex.

This specimen demonstrates how closely Theropod dinosaurs are related to living birds, and shows that Tyrannosaurus rex was more closely related to a Hummingbird than to Triceratops!

The furcula is shaped very much like a boomerang. The original specimen was broken on the left side, probably in life. There is a pathology at the base that is most likely due to a stress fracture that healed, indicating the powerful strength of this fearsome creature.

Cast replicas of BUCKY's furcula are available restored or unrestored.

This cast is suitable for research or reference purposes. Note: some portions of the original fossil may have been scientifically restored.

Late Cretaceous

Locality Hell Creek Formation, Perkins County, South Dakota, USA Credit The original fossil is on display at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indiana. Notes Photo represents what this cast may look like if finished for display. Custom painting is available upon request

Please contact us with your questions. Size 11.5” w (29 cm) restored and 10.5” w (27 cm) unrestored

$150.00

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Tyrannosaurus rex DUFFY Mounted Skull - Fossil Replica (BHI #100128227)

DUFFY is a sub-adult Tyrannosaurus rex. Stan Sacrison discovered DUFFY in 1993 and the Black Hills Institute excavated the skeleton in 1993, 1994, 1996 and 2006. Seventy-six bones and 49 loose, rooted teeth in total were recovered from the site, making the skeleton 25% complete. Many of the bones discovered were from the skull making the skull a remarkable ~70% complete. The dig site encompassed an area of about 55 x 70 feet.

Late Cretaceous

Locality Hell Creek Formation, Harding County, South Dakota, USA

Credit The original was collected and prepared by Black Hills Institute of Geological Research.

May take up to two months for delivery. Check with us to see if an earlier delivery is possible.

Size 46" l (117 cm)

Extras Crate and packing fees apply. Please contact us for details.

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Price: $8,500.00 (crating and shipping not included)

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Tyrannosaurus Rex "Harley" fossil skull
Tyrannosaurus Rex "Harley" fossil skull

This cast replica comes from the Cretaceous Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana.

The original is in Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History specimen.

Resin cast measures 53x35x40in

Resin cast $8,499 Crating and shipping costs are not included.

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T-rex Maxilla cast replica (item #S031)

Harley Garbani shown above with "Harley the T-rex" the specimen he discovered in 1966.

Tyrannosaurus rex maxilla cast replica.

Measures: 30x24 in (76x61cm).

Molded from a record specimen from the Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation of Montana. UCB.#

Resin cast: $350.00 (plus shipping).

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Tinker is the skeleton of a juvenile t-rex. It is two thirds adult size and only one fourth adult weight. In human years, Tinker could well have been a teenager.

Tinker is clearly a T-rex because of his teeth. Tinker’s teeth have tall, conical, slightly recurved anterior crowns. These crowns are taller relative to diameter and more circular in cross section than any other member of the tyrannosaurid family Tinker’s lower jaws hold a single nipping tooth and 12-13 tooth sockets per side. T-rexes have very distinctive teeth. Tinker has those same teeth so he is considered a Late Cretaceous T-rex.



Juvenile T-rex skeleton cast replica

Juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex skull cast replica.

Cast in resin this skeleton measures: 21 feet 6 inches when mounted as pictured.

The total length is approx. 28 feet with tail straight.

The total Height of display when mounted as pictured is 10 feet 2 inches. The overall width of mount (as shown) is 8 feet.

Purchase price: $59,000 (plus crating and shipping.)

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Tinker the T-rex

Tinker the T-rex

Tinker the Juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex skull cast replica.

Cast in resin this skull measures: 37.5" L x 24" H x 23" wide

Rental price: $500 per month (plus shipping)

Purchase price: $5,900 (plus $300 US shipping. Please contact us for shipping cost outside the US.)

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Tinker the T-rex arm and hand casts
Tinker the Juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex, arms resin cast replica

Tinker is a teenage T-rex. His skeleton is currently being molded.

His entire skeleton is available for sale.

Tinker arms, hands and scapula replicas.

Tinker's Arms Measure:

Scapula: 67 cm long

Humerus: 27 cm long

Hand: 32 cm long

Tinker T-rex Arm cast replicas fully mounted:

$2,250.00

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T.rex Tyrannosaurus rex (Budget skull)

Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Life size (1:1 scale) complete skull with mandible included. You won't find a better price on a cast replica T-rex skull anywhere. We will match anyone's price.

Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Resin 50 x 36 x 36 inches

$3,500 plus shipping ($300 in the U.S. please contact us for shipping cost outside the U.S.

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T.rex CSI skull Tyrannosaurus rex skull cast

When CSI needed a T-rex skull to bite down on a dummy they called us.

Available for the first time here is a copy of the skull used on the tv show.

Life size (1:1 scale) complete T.rex skull.

Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Resin 50 x 36 x 36 inches

Rental price: $1,000 per month plus shipping.

Purchase price :$3,500 plus shipping

($300 shipping within the U.S. Please contact us for shipping cost outside the U.S.

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This skull is also available for rent.

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Tyrannosaurus rex STAN Sixth Scale Skull Rapid Prototype - Fossil Replica (BHI #127301)
Tyrannosaurus rex STAN Sixth Scale Skull Rapid Prototype - Fossil Replica

Thirty-nine individual elements (plus the brain case) were CT scanned in order to create this reproduction of the most complete and undistorted T. rex skull ever found. The digital data was then transferred to a 3-D rapid prototype machine that created an exact sixth scale replica. The rapid prototype bones were then molded and assembled into this complete T. rex skull cast.

This skull preserves every detail including bite marks and tiny foramina from the original five foot long skull which has been reduced to a mere ten inches in length.

Age Late Cretaceous

Locality Hell Creek Formation, Harding County, South Dakota, USA Credit The original STAN T. rex skeleton is on exhibit at The Museum at Black Hills Institute, in Hill City, South Dakota.

Notes May take up to six weeks for delivery of bronze version. Check with us to see if an earlier delivery is possible. Size 1/6th scale, 10" l (25 cm)

$870 plus shipping.

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Tyrannosaurus Rex "Hank" humerus cast replica
Tyrannosaurus Rex "Hank" fossil cast replica

This humerus was molded from an original fossil that was discovered in the Cretaceous Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana.

Dubbed "Hank" after the man who found it, this partial skeleton (ribs, vertebra, humerus and femur) are currently undescribed.

Resin cast measures 14 inches long

Resin cast $100 plus shipping

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Tyrannosaurus rex T-rex "Hank" femur cast replica

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T-rex Femur cast replica. This resin cast replica leg bone is from an adult T.rex.

Measuring 52.5 inches this cast can display alone, or with a custom stand (please inquire).

$550 (plus $150 oversize / freight shipping)

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Crate measures: 59 x 17 x 24 inches. Crated ast weighs 88 lbs



Tyrannosaurus Rex "Hank" ribs
Tyrannosaurus Rex "Hank" fossil cast replica

These ribs were molded from original fossils that were discovered in the Cretaceous Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana.

Dubbed "Hank" after the man who found it, this partial skeleton (ribs, vertebra, humerus and femur) are currently undescribed.

Two cast replica ribs are available.

The larger of the two measures 28.5 x 14 inches

Large T-rex rib, Resin cast $100 plus shipping

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The second available rib cast is slightly smaller and measures: 26.5 x 12 inches

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T-rex foot and footprint

Shipping cost will be charged to your credit card at time of shipping. Freight or oversize costs may apply.

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We have combined our T-rex foot cast with our T-rex footprint for an unforgetable display.

Children love to see how the T-rex foot fits into the print. A great teaching aid.

Sold alone or as a set.

The widest part of the foot measures 21 inches across (from the tip of the first toe to the tip of the 3rd toe. The length of the longest toe (the middle) is 23 inches.

T-rex foot cast: $550 (plus shipping)

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T-rex footprint $295 (plus shipping)

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Set: $800 (plus shipping)

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Tyrannosaurus rex T-rex record size tooth cast replica
T.rex record size tooth cast replica

This incredible tooth was found in the summer of 2007, in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana. It measures an unbelievable 15 5/8 inches long from the tip around the curve to the end of the root. This makes this tooth the largest ever found

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Record size T-rex tooth cast unpainted: $40 (plus shipping)

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Record size T-rex tooth cast painted: $50 (plus shipping)

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Tyrannosaurus rex T-rex femur
Fantastic T.rex leg and foot bones.

This lot includes T.rex tibia, fibula and rare middle metatarsal of foot.

Species: Tyrannosaurus rex

Period: Late Cretaceous

Geographic strata found: Hell Creek Formation

Geologic location: Baker, Montana

Find of the Century – T.rex tibia measures 3 feet long, fibula These rare bones are top of the line in bone quality.

They are very large in size and have virtually no restoration.

It has crack fills but these bones have been part of a personal collection for nearly 10 years.

I would say all 3 are perfect.

The tibia and fibula are from the same T.rex The middle metatarsal is rarely found.

These have been the cornerstone of my friends collection. He may never be able to replace these.

The bone quality on these is simply amazing $27,000 Firm.

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T.rex head statue

Giant T.rex head sculpture.

Net Wt. (kg) : 19

Gross Wt. (kg) : 22 (before crating)

CBM : 18.3735

Figure (LxWxH, in) : 42.75 x 19 x 33.25

Pack (LxWxH, in) : 44.25 x 20.5 x 35

Available for rent.

Small T-rex head available for purchase: $195 plus shipping.

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T-rex brain cast (endocast)



T-rex brain cast #1

T-rex brain cast #1.

This is a cast of the inside of a T-rex brain cavity.

Measures 7 inches.

$20 (plus shipping)

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T-rex brain cast #2

T-rex brain cast #2.

This is a cast of the inside of a T-rex brain cavity.

Measures 7 inches.

$40 (plus shipping)

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Albertosaurus sarcophagus skeleton cast replica

Albertosaurus is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous.

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skeleton cast replica $59,900 (plus shipping)

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skull cast replica $4,500 (plus shipping)

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Albertosaurus sarcophagus skull and skeleton cast replicas.

This beautiful specimen was molded from fossils discovered in the Two Medicine Formation, Teton County, MT, US. The originals are now in the Museum of World Treasures, Wichita, KS, US.

The Skeleton cast measures: 20' long and 7.5' w (at the hips) or 6 m x 2.5 m at the hips.

The Skull cast measures 32" x 18" x 12"

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Albertosaurus hand and arm casts

From the dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta, Canada. Royal Ontario Museum skeleton specimen.

Albertosaurus hand (left in photo) measures 16.5 in (420mm). 8oz. $65.00

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Albertosaurus arm (right in picture) measures 42in (1.1 m) long. $285 (plus 50 shipping)

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Albertosaurus foot cast

From the dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta, Canada. Royal Ontario Museum skeleton specimen.

Albertosaurus foot measures 36in (91cm) in length. $285.00 (plus $65 oversize shipping)

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Alioramus Skull cast replica
Alioramus Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Alioramus alti

Cretaceous

Measures: 28" L x 9" W

Specimen: Wyoming Dinosaur Center

Location: Mongolia

Formation: Nemegt

Alioramus is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur from (Late Cretaceous) Asia.

Type specimen: Alioramus remotus

$1,600 (plus shipping)

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Alioramus Skull cast replica

Skull casts of Alioramus, Teratophoneus and Appalachiosaurus.

Tyrannosaur Skull: Alioramus sp

Location: Mongolia

Cretaceous

Formation: Nemegt

Dimensions: 28"Lx9"W

Specimen: Wyoming Dinosaur Center

This is a restored version (matrix removed) of our original Alioramus skull cast.

Price: $2,850.00

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Alioramus Skeleton cast replica
Alioramus Skeleton cast replica

Reconstruction

Alioramus sp

Alioramus cast replica

Location: Mongolia

Formation: Nemegt

Cretaceous

Length 18 ft.

Specimen: Molded from a privately owned fossil

Price: $35,000 (plus crating and shipping)

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We have many Allosaurus skulls and skeletons available. Please contact us for more info.

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Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis skeleton cast replica

Appalachiosaurus ("Appalachian lizard"), a T.rex relative, is a genus of tyrannosauroid theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of eastern North America. Like almost all theropods, it was a bipedal predator.

Montgomery County, Alabama, US

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Superfamily: Tyrannosauroidea, Genus: Appalachiosaurus, Species Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis (Carr et al., 2005 (type)

The skeleton measures 21 feet long and 8 feet high at the hips. Total skeleton height varies based on position.

The skull measures 34 inches L X 21H X 15 W

Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis cast replica $63,500 (plus shipping)

Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis Skull also available alone: $4,500

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Skull casts of Alioramus, Teratophoneus and Appalachiosaurus.

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Daspletosaurus skull and skeleton cast replica.

While very large by the standard of modern predators, Daspletosaurus was not the largest tyrannosaurid. Adults could reach a length of 8–9 meters (26–30 ft) from snout to tail. Mass estimates have centered around 2.5 tonnes (2.75 short tons) but have ranged between 1.8 and 3.8 tonnes (2.0 and 4.1 short tons).

Daspletosaurus had a massive skull that could reach more than 1 meter (3.3 ft) in length. The bones were heavily constructed and some, including the nasal bones on top of the snout, were fused for strength. Large fenestrae (openings) in the skull reduced its weight. An adult Daspletosaurus was armed with about six dozen teeth that were very long but oval in cross section rather than blade-like. Unlike its other teeth, those in the premaxilla at the end of the upper jaw had a D-shaped cross section, an example of heterodonty always seen in tyrannosaurids. Unique skull features included the rough outer surface of the maxilla (upper jaw bone) and the pronounced crests around the eyes on the lacrimal, postorbital, and jugal bones. The orbit (eye socket) was a tall oval, somewhere in between the circular shape seen in Gorgosaurus and the 'keyhole' shape of Tyrannosaurus.

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Daspletosaurus shared the same body form as other tyrannosaurids, with a short, S-shaped neck supporting the massive skull. It walked on its two thick hindlimbs, which ended in four-toed feet, although the first digit (the hallux) did not contact the ground. In contrast, the forelimbs were extremely small and bore only two digits, although Daspletosaurus had the longest forelimbs in proportion to body size of any tyrannosaurid. A long, heavy tail served as a counterweight to the head and torso, with the center of gravity over the hips

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New just named! Tyrannosaur skeleton: Lythronax
New Lythronax argestes skull cast replica

Oldest North American Tyrannosaur

Location: Southern Utah

Cretaceous

Formation: Wahweep

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

Resin skull cast measures: 28" long x 24" high

$3,300 (plus packing and shipping)

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New just named! Tyrannosaur skeleton: Lythronax
New Lythronax argestes skull with neck cast replica

Oldest north American Tyrannosaur

Location: Southern Utah

Cretaceous

Formation: Wahweep

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History 40" long x 24" high.

Lythronax skull Resin cast $3,600 (plus packing and shipping)

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New just named! Tyrannosaur skeleton: Lythronax
New recently named Tyrannosaur skeleton Lythronax

Oldest North American Tyrannosaur!!!

Location: Southern Utah

Cretaceous

Formation; Wahweep

Specimen:

Utah Museum of Natural History

Length: 22.5 feet

$38,000.00

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Nanotyrannus skeleton cast replica

Nanotyrannus skeleton cast replica

This skeleton cast was molded from an original Nanotyrannus skeleton.

Nanotyrannus, frequently considered to be a juvenile T. rex, was recovered from Montana in 1942.

Cast replicas of Nanotyrannus skull are also available. Please contact us for photos and more information.

The Nanotyrannus skeleton cast replica

Measures: 20 ft L X 6 ft at the hips.

Cost is $32,000 plus crating and shipping.

Nanotyrannus skull cast replica $ (please inquire)

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Tarbosaurus fossil cast replica skeleton

Tarbosaurus (pronounced TAHR-bow-SAWR-us; meaning "terrifying lizard") is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that flourished in Asia.

This Tarbosaurus Battaar skeleton cast was molded from original fossils.

$50,000.00 unassembled.

$60,000 assembled.


A great cast of a Tyrannossaurid skeleton.



TARBOSAURUS bataar skeleton

TARBOSAURUS bataar ("Alarming reptile from Bataar")

Classification: THEROPODA; Carnosauria; Tyrannosauridae

Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian), Nemegt Formation

Locality: Gobi Desert, Southern Peoples' Republic of Mongolia

Size: 900cm (over 29 ft) in length

Resin cast: Price $75,000 USD



Tarbosaurus skull cast replica


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Tarbosaurus skull replica

This full size skull measures 130cm (4 1/2 ft) in length

A beautiful example of this great dinosaur.

This skull is the holotype T. bataar for the Paleontological Institute Moscow, PIN 551/1

Resin cast: $6,995

Please note that color of all casts may vary.



Tarbosaurus skull cast (large)

Tarbosaurus skull (large) with stand.

Size 24 x 37 x 14 (weight 75 pounds) with base.

Discovered in Mongolia.

Tarbosaurus Resin cast: Was $4,900 Sale $2,750



Tarbosaurus Skull Cast (small)

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Tarbosaurus, meaning 'Terror Lizard' (from the Greek tarbos meaning 'fright', 'alarm', 'terror' (interestingly it can also mean 'awe' or 'reverence') and saurus meaning 'lizard'),

Some scientists consider Tarbosaurus bataar from Asia to represent a second species of Tyrannosaurus, while others maintain Tarbosaurus as a separate genus.

Tarbosaurus Skull cast (small) w/base, 20 x 30 x 10," (30 lbs)

Scientific Name: Tarbosaurus bataar

Discovered in Mongolia in the Nemegt formation.

Late Cretaceous

$2,400 Sale price $2,290

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T.rex Tarbosaurus skeleton cast replica "G"

Tarbosaurus skeleton cast replica

This skeleton cast was molded from an original Tarbosaurus skeleton discovered in Mongolia (Nemegt Formation)

Late Cretaceous

Specimen source: private

Length: 22 feet

$38,000.00 plus crating and shipping.

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This skeleton can be mounted to your specifications. Choose your pose! Available for rent or purchase.



T.rex Tarbosaurus skull cast replica 4

This skull is available for rent or purchase!

Although many species have been named, modern paleontologists recognize only one, T. bataar, as valid. Some experts see this species as an Asian representative of the North American genus Tyrannosaurus; this would make the genus Tarbosaurus redundant. Tarbosaurus and Tyrannosaurus, if not synonymous, are considered to be at least closely related genera.

This skull cast measures 44 inches long, 29 inches high, and 24 inches wide.

$2,900 plus crating and shipping.

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T.rex Tarbosaurus skeleton cast replica 4

Tarbosaurus the T.rex from Asia.

This skeleton cast measures 26 feet long, 9ft 6" tall and 4 feet wide.

$35,000 plus crating and shipping.

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Tyrannosaurus / Tarbosaurus skull cast replica 5

Tarbosaurus skull on removable stand.

We can mount the skull with the mouth open or closed, or anywhere in between.

This skull is available for rent. Rental price $500 per month plus shipping cost. Average shipping cost is $200 to $250

Tyrannosaurus / Tarbosaurus from Asia.

Although many species have been named, modern paleontologists recognize only one, T. bataar, as valid. Some experts see this species as an Asian representative of the North American genus Tyrannosaurus; this would make the genus Tarbosaurus redundant. Tarbosaurus and Tyrannosaurus, if not synonymous, are considered to be at least closely related genera.

This skull cast measures 44 inches long, 29 inches high, and 24 inches wide.

$4,900 plus crating and shipping.

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Tarbosaurus Jaw

Large Tarbosaurus Jaw $700 Sale $685

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Scientific Name: Tarbosaurus bataar

Discovered in Mongolia in the Nemegt formation.

Late Cretaceous

Medium Tarbosaurus jaw measures 34.5"

Custom paint/colors available.

Resin cast: was $550 Sale $535

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Tarbosaurus foot


Tarbosaurus bataar left foot with base.
Measures 23.5"
Discovered in Mongolia in the Nemegt Formation.
Late Cretaceous
Resin cast $650 Sale $640

Tarbosaurus Right Pathological Foot with base.
Resin cast Measures 23.5"

$650 Sale $640

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Tarbosaurus toe (pathological)

Tarbosaurus toe cast replica. Here are two great examples of toe bones from a Tarbosaurus. The first is a normal healthy toe, the 2nd is a pathological toe. Great for comparison.

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Tarbosaurus toe (pathological)

Resin cast: $75

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Tarbosaurus Pathological Toe includes 1 claw and 2 phlanges

Scientific Name: Tarbosaurus bataar

Location: Mongolia

Formation: Nemegt

Late Cretaceous,

Cast measures: 11.5"

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Teratophoneus adult skeleton cast replica
Adult Teratophoneus curriei skeleton cast replica

Location: Southern Utah USA

Cretaceous

Formation: Kaiparowits

Specimen; BYU earth sciences museum, Provo Utah

Length: 23 feet

$38,000.00

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Tyrannosaur: Teratophoneus Juvenile Tyrannosaur Skull cast replica

Skull casts of Alioramus, Teratophoneus and Appalachiosaurus.

Juvenile Tyrannosaur Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Teratophoneus curriei

Location: SE Utah USA

Formation: Kaiparowits

Cretaceous

Measures: 25"L x 16" T x 10.5"W

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

$2,900 (plus shipping)

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Teratophoneus Juvenile Tyrannosaur Skeleton cast replica

Juvenile Tyrannosaur Skeleton cast replica

Scientific Name: Teratophoneus curriei

Location: SE Utah USA

Formation: Kaiparowits

Age: Cretaceous

Measures: 17.5' Long

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

$32,000 (plus crating and shipping)

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Teratophoneus Juvenile Tyrannosaur leg cast replica

Teratophoneus Juvenile Tyrannosaur leg cast replica

Scientific Name: Teratophoneus curriei

Location: SE Utah USA

Kaiparowits Formation

Cretaceous Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History.

Height 65"

Resin cast: $1,200 (plus shipping).

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